How not to call the police to your house when you need help [Comic]

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This comic is poking fun at a recent claim made by a woman that her house was raided by FBI because she searched for a pressure cooker online while her husband searched for a backpack.

For what it is worth, her claim has been partly disproved. The police in her area said that it was the police that went to her house, not the FBI, and the so called raid wasn’t because of what the woman and her husband searched for online at their home but rather because of a tip-off by her former employee who told the police that “suspicious” content (looking for a pressure cooker and backup) was searched for on a laptop she returned to them.

[via Joy of Tech]

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    Anymore, I expect you’re as well off to take your chances dealing with things yourself. When the cops show up, Innocent people tend to get tasered, and family pets killed.